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Let's behave

Let's behave

By Marcin Konkel & Jarek Nuszczyński
In school, people told us to behave in class. We think we should act with class yet on our own terms. Our bodies have communicated with one another since the beginning of our existence, and it's high time we all use this knowledge to navigate conflicts, negotiations or understand others (and ourselves) better. Let's behave in a way that expresses what we want to convey.

We tackle lying, social engineering, non-verbal cues through neurobiology, the subconscious mind, linguistics and more. We work as consultants thus many of the stories we tell really happened yet their details were changed.
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[s1e3] How does self-confidence look like?
In this episode, we share some of the traits of self-confident people from non-verbal and verbal perspectives. You will learn what to look for and how others perceive you. We digress a lot around the subject, so expect the unexpected coupled with to the point examples. Do not forget to check out the additional materials below to clench your thirst for knowledge. Below you can see some valuable material regarding topics that we touched on this podcast that will extend your knowledge and sources: Joe Navarro on pacifying behaviours and more https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/spycatcher/202202/why-do-we-touch-our-faces-in-so-many-different-ways Power posing topic shaping throught the years https://www.forbes.com/sites/kimelsesser/2020/10/02/the-debate-on-power-posing-continues-heres-where-we-stand/ Amy Cuddy’s original working paper https://dash.harvard.edu/bitstream/handle/1/9547823/13-027.pdf How women’s voices have changed in the last 50 years https://youtu.be/EJSjU1NbGOE How to speak with confidence and sound better https://www.scienceofpeople.com/speak-with-confidence/
51:03
May 05, 2022
[s1e2] Truth be told
In the second episode we are focusing on the basics of getting to the truth. We talk through baseline assessment, asking the right questions and dealing with reactions. All dressed up in multitude of examples. Further reading: * Face asymmetry by Joe Navarro => https://www.jnforensics.com/post/chirality-a-look-at-emotional-asymmetry-of-the-face * “How to spot a liar” - a TED talk by Pamela Meyer => https://www.ted.com/talks/pamela_meyer_how_to_spot_a_liar * “Clusters of Nonverbal Behaviors Differ According to Type of Question and Veracity in Investigative Interviews in a Mock Crime Context” research by David Matsumoto & Hyisung C. Hwang => http://www.davidmatsumoto.com/content/2018%20M%20and%20H%20JPCP.pdf
35:27
March 18, 2022
[s1e1] Why do people lie?
In our first episode we tackle one of the most asked questions - how to detect if somebody is lying. In particular we dig deeper into 'why do people lie?' and 'can we truly know if somebody is lying?'. Treat this as an intro to a subject that will frequently reappear in future episodes. Some of the content mentioned in this episode 1. The Pinocchio Effect: * University of Granada https://canal.ugr.es/noticia/pinocchio-effect-detecting-when-a-person-is-lying/ * Chris Voss https://www.facebook.com/ChrisVossNegotiation/videos/find-out-if-its-the-pinocchio-effect/432042954536342/ * Deepak Malhotra https://www.hbs.edu/faculty/Pages/item.aspx?num=44221 * Joe Navarro https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/spycatcher/201807/the-end-detecting-deception 2. Mentioned books: Liespotting: Proven Techniques to Detect Deception by Pamela Meyer 3. About us: * Jarek's band 'The Mint' https://open.spotify.com/artist/5TOnv6rrIVYLe2zKLq5Y9u https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sxgr17t3Yf8 * Marcin's portfolio https://marcinkonkel.com
23:57
February 16, 2022